Arts/Culture

Representation onscreen and in the director's chair

  Samantha asks why female directors are so few and far between - and what we can do about it The...
Arts/Culture / Film / / Samantha Dunn

Facing Frankenstein: an interview with writer Matt Grinter

Elliott chats to the award-winning writer behind a gory new stage imagining of the gothic horror Mary Shelley’s story...
Arts/Culture / Bristol / Events / / Elliot Scott

The fight to save Hamilton House

This busy Bristol hub of essential resources is under threat from developers.

Meet the Cutting-edge Collaborative Breaking Boundaries in VR

The Othvrs are a young, new, barrier-breaking VR collaborative group on a mission.
Arts/Culture / Bristol / Film / Upskilling / / Tim Lo

Face Your Taste: Private Canons and Public Culture

Fran attempts to bridge the gap between what we say about culture and the culture we actually consume Public cultural...

Interview with Beth Calverley: On Poetry, Gentle Activism and Creative Entrepreneurship

Delve into some real talk with Beth in this in-depth interview on poetry, business and flying solo.
Arts/Culture / Bristol / Upskilling / / Tim Lo

Top Six Places you should check out to Kickstart your Dance career

Tim takes you through her favourite Bristol organisations to go to that will help make that dance career dream a...
Arts/Culture / / Tim Lo

You Were Never Really Here feels incomplete, but is full of beauty

Director Lynne Ramsay’s latest cinematic offering, You Were Never Really Here, feels incomplete.
Arts/Culture / / Samantha Dunn

6 Shows That Will Surprise You At Mayfest 2018

Tim Lo talks about the biggest theatre event in Bristol this month and picks some of the most exciting shows...
Arts/Culture / / Tim Lo

A Call for Change in Children’s Literature

Miya Lacey interrogates the white-washed landscape of children's literature and suggests some better reads that promote diversity  Whether they know...
Arts/Culture / / Miya Lacey